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Cappello Drop in Feltro di Lapin Suede con Cinta in Cuoio Modello Cora


Wide Wing Drop Hat in Felt Melousine with Animalier Pattern Ernest Leo Model


Wide Wing Fedora Hat in Wool Felt with Leather Belt with Studs Trocadero Model


Wide Wing Drop Hat in Waterproof Wool Felt with Leather Chain and Studs Tundra Model


Wide Wing Drop Hat in Tricot Effect Fabric with Leather Belt Ingrid Model


Lapin Felt Chapel with Leather Belt Margot Leo Model


Wide Wing Chapel in Shaved Felt with Gros Grain Belt Jeanne Model


Drop Felt Hat with Gros Grain Belt and Droplette Model Leather Profile


Wide Wing Felt Chapel with Gros Grain Belt Margot Model


Felt Fedora Hat with Very Wide Wing with Grosgrain Belt Model Katerina


Reversible Hat in Wool Felt with Elastic Belt in Isotta Model Fabric


Lapin Felt Chapel with Elastic Belt in Grosgrain Striped Model Margot


Drop a Drop Hat in Lapin Felt with Grosgrain Belt Sabina Model


Semi-Round Head Lapin Felt Chapel with Grosgrain Belt Jeanne Model


Drop a Drop Hat in Lapin Felt with Grosgrain Belt, Droplette Model


Drop Hat in Lapin Felt with Wide Wing Ernest Model


Drop Hat in Hemp Braid with Elastic Belt Levante Model


Drop Hat in Panama Brisa with Grosgrain Multirighe Belt Model Rachel


Large Wing Drop Chapel in Panama Brisa and Katherina Model Leather Belt


Fedora Hat in Fine Panama with Grosgrain Belt Positano Model


Wide Wing Drop Chapel in Raffia with Karen Model Leather Belt


Panama Brisa Chapel with Satin Plissèe Belt Levanto Model


Rollable Japanese Paper Chapel with Salento Map Print Serrano Model


Summer and winter chapels

The caps are essential accessories in the female wardrobe: worn for a ceremony or in everyday life, these hats are the symbol of femininity thanks to the very wide wing that gives great sensuality to the wearer's gaze.

Known in the 1930s as "Pamela", the small chapel is an exclusively female hat with a round cap and characterized by a large, dancing wing; it can be made of felt, straw or even fabric.

Despite being a classic women's hat, today the cap is still widely used and is often included in the collections of the largest international fashion houses.

How to choose the most suitable chapel for you

Choosing the hat that best suits your needs is a very important phase and must be faced with great attention: both for everyday life and for more formal occasions, this type of women's hat must be perfectly in tune with our style.

For a casual-chic or urban look, the choice will be oriented towards a small cap with more or less aggressive colors, daring with patterns such as Pied-de-Poule or Prince of Wales; a different choice instead if the use is for a more formal event: in this case the choice will fall on something that reflects one's style and with mono-color choices obviously in tune with one's outfit.

We must also pay attention to the seasonality in which you want to use this accessory: in the cold seasons the choice of the cap will fall on the felt or a heavier and possibly waterproof fabric, while in the case of a summer cap we can choose lighter materials with brighter colors that reflect the summer.

How to Choose the Right Hat Size

Choosing the correct hat size is always a critical moment also because each hat made with craftsmanship and then sold in hats have very different sizes compared to the classic ones to which clothing stores have become accustomed.

The sizes for hats are calculated in centimeters and range from size 55 (the smallest) up to 62 (the largest); to understand which is the most suitable size for us we need to follow an extremely simple and quick procedure.

To calculate your correct hat size, all you need to do is take a tailor's tape measure, measure the circumference of your head keeping the tape measure just one centimeter above your ears, which is the point where your hat will fit perfectly.

If you do not have a tailor's meter, you can calculate the size simply using a piece of string, a string or a lace of your shoes: in the same procedure as before, calculate the circumference with the meter, mark with a pen or a felt-tip pen at the point where the two parts of the lace meet, after which with a ruler or a normal meter measure the lace.